Bamboo Clothes

Bamboo is extremely soft.

Bamboo apparel is softer than the softest cotton and has a natural sheen like cashmere and silk. T shirts made with bamboo are incredibly soft and keep their soft properties for  long. 

Bamboo is luxuriously smooth and comfortable.

Bamboo fibre has a round surface at the microscopic level. As a result, it’s extremely smooth and sits perfectly next to the skin. It wicks sweat, is breathable, blocks UV rays, is soft, temperature regulating and is great for the environment.

“Bamboo Dry”

Wicks away moisture, keeping you dry and comfortable. Bamboo is the world’s fastest-growing plant, owing to its exceptional water absorbency, which allows it to grow quickly. This remarkable property is retained in fabric form. It is three to four times more absorbent than cotton. It ‘wicks’ moisture away from the body, which then evaporates, keeping you drier and more comfortable. When combined with the ‘Bamboo Thermo-control’ properties, you have an extremely versatile addition to your wardrobe.

In hot weather, ‘Bamboo Cool’ keeps you 2-3 degrees cooler.

Bamboo is exceptionally breathable. Bamboo is naturally cool to the touch in the heat, and this property is retained in its fabric form. The bamboo fibre’s cross-section is filled with micro-gaps and micro-holes. It has significantly improved moisture absorption and ventilation. Bamboo clothing can absorb and evaporate human sweat in a split second thanks to its unparalleled microstructure. As a result, bamboo clothing keeps people cool and comfortable in hot weather. It never adheres to the skin. According to reliable testing results, bamboo fibre clothing is about 2 degrees cooler than regular clothing in hot weather. Because of the same microstructure, it is also very warm in cold weather.

‘Bamboo Fresh’ has antibacterial properties.

Bamboo has antibacterial, antifungal, and antistatic properties. Bamboo thrives in the wild without the use of pesticides or fertilisers. Pests and pathogens rarely consume or infect it. Why? Bamboo Kun is a unique anti-bacteria and bacteriostasis bio-agent discovered by scientists. During the normal process of bamboo fibre growth, this substance forms strong bonds with bamboo cellulose molecules. This natural feature has been preserved in fabric form.

Bamboo clothing is strong and long-lasting.

Tests have shown that bamboo fibre has a high abrasion-proof capacity as well as tenacity. 

Bamboo is ideal for sensitive or allergy-prone skin.

  • Absence of harsh chemical treatments that can irritate the skin.
  • Because the fibre is smooth and round, it is non-irritant.
  • The naturally occurring antibacterial ‘bamboo kun’ prevents the spread of bacteria on the skin without causing abrasion or irritation.

Environmentally Friendly

  • Bamboo is grown entirely naturally, with no human intervention. 
  • Bamboo is completely renewable.
  • Bamboo grows naturally without the use of pesticides or fertilisers.
  • The distillation and pulping processes are as natural as we can make them.
  • Bamboo fibre is completely biodegradable.


Bamboo fabric is softer than cotton and has a silky texture. It is an antibacterial and hypoallergenic product that is grown without the use of chemicals or pesticides. It also absorbs moisture quickly, keeping you dry and odour-free. Pure bamboo clothing dries twice as quickly as cotton clothing.

Bamboo plants grow quickly and do not require fertilisers or pesticides to produce a successful crop. They also require very little water and can withstand both drought and flooding. Bamboo is a sustainable and renewable resource because the bamboo plant replenishes itself.

Another advantage of bamboo is that it emits significantly more oxygen into the atmosphere than trees. Planting bamboo can help reduce carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere as well as soil erosion and desertification.

Bamboo pulp is used to make bamboo fabric. Without the use of chlorine, the fabric is bleached. Bamboo fabric is simple to dye, and it is done without the use of harsh chemicals and with less water than traditional dyeing methods.